385 West Bert Kouns, Building 500

Shreveport, LA 71106

318-686-9986

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The last day to see established patients is on August 15th, 2019.

REVIEWS

“Sorry to hear this news. [Retirement] I only made one visit in August 2018 but Dr. Ritter’s suggestion of Turmeric and Glove Brace helps with my basal joint arthritis. Minden people spoke highly of her. Good Luck.”  July 2019

 

 

“Dear Dr. Ritter, Thank you so much for all the help you gave me and so many others. I am sad to lose you as my hand doctor – your injections into my fingers were always welcomed!  I pray for you in your next endeavor – I know there will be one for you.”  July 2019

 

 

“Dr. Ritter, Your injections are the best.  They don’t hurt like those I’ve had from other doctors.  I will miss your caring touch.”  August 2019

 

 

“Dr. Ritter, Thank you for your care during the past years – you are deeply appreciated. Hope you enjoy your retirement.”  August 2019

 

 

“Sorry you are leaving. May you enjoy life to the end. God Bless!!” August 2019

 

 

“Dr. Ritter, I hate to see you go, but Good Wishes and Prayers go with you.”  August 2019

 

 

“Dr. Ritter, Thank you for all you did for Mike. Prayers for all your future endeavors.”  August 2019

 

“Dear Dr. Ritter, I’m so sorry to hear you [are] leaving. You operating on my hands was painless and your staff was wonderful. Your demeanor was so easy and fun to be around.  I . . . wish you all the luck and happiness in the world.” August 2019

 

 

“Dear Dr. Ritter, Thank you for your consideration and expert care. I appreciate your hard work and wish you many blessings as you begin this new road on your life’s journey.” August 2019

 

 

Dr. Ritter,  … wanted to tell you how grateful we will always be for your help with my son. I remember you came to the ER and said that his hand injury would heal without surgery – and you were right. Anyhow, thank you again and hate to see you go.  August 2019

 

Dr. Ritter had hand surgery in November 2018 and is no longer able to perform surgery.  As a result she is closing her practice and hopes to enjoy her retirement.